The results? A "video of Darcy Oake on the BBC that gathered about a million and a half views." (Unfortunately, I could not find a link to the video to which they are referring.)
Way to go Darcy!
Speaking of Darcy, the CBC has video footage of his "'most death-defying' act to date at London's New Year's Day parade."
From the CBC:
Oake, who was born and raised in Winnipeg, pulled off what he calls "literally the most death-defying escape that I've ever done or ever attempted" at the end of the 30th annual parade, performing for hundreds of thousands of spectators in the U.K.
Before bringing to life the parade's theme — 30 years of magic — Oake explained how he would escape and avoid drowning.
Read more and watch video.
[via Clive Court]
CNN has video of Darcy talking about the stunt.
And here's a great photo taken by Carey Lauder of Darcy doing the same stunt in Winnipeg!
From Carey's Facebook page: